A drug derived from an Easter Island bacterium extends the life of lab animals. People could be next.
Around half of all adult Americans are on the agency’s image database, and its software is incorrect 15 percent of the time.
The e-tailer’s bricks-and-mortar vision is starting to resemble its digital approach—try everything once, because you can always shut it down.
The recent departure of key research figures is a troubling development for a company with grand ambitions for self-driving cars.
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Surging investment in machine learning is vaulting Google into the scientific stratosphere.
This week’s most thought-provoking papers from the Physics arXiv.
An organic molecule, usually used in sunscreen, superconducts at the remarkable temperature of -150 degrees Centigrade, say Chinese researchers. But how does the evidence stack up?
Researchers hope that a simple rule could help governments around the world achieve the goal of zero emissions.
Nobody wants their data spread far and wide, but the FCC’s rules were an inconsistent solution to a much larger problem.